You've heard it a million times. "The most important meal of the day" and all that. Yet, most of us still rush off and start the day with little more than the toothpaste taste left in our mouth. But any nutritionist worth their Omega-3s will tell you that eating breakfast does more than just prevent a grumbling stomach during your morning meeting. It improves mental performance and prevents you from storing fat throughout the day. "When people skip breakfast, their levels of insulin (the hormone that stores fat) rise at the next meal they eat," says nutritionist and author Jonny Bowden. Have something to eat in the AM, and you'll keep insulin levels low so you burn fat instead. Here are three simple options to spice up your first meal routine, depending on how much time and effort you want to put into it.